Voting in the must see moray attraction poll closed with the poundland scaffold the runaway winner with over 29% of the 599 votes. The dandylion statue was second with 9% of the votes showing elgins High Street is still a huge draw for locals and tourists alike.
The winning Landmark has been made into this superb poster which will adorn airports,train stations and travel agents walls across the world hoping to entice visitors to these shores.
With views across to the Toon Hall car park from the top, (only hi viz PPE wearing authorised contractors allowed ) the scaffold affords a breathtaking vista of rooftop pigeon droppings and weeds. Once work is completed the scaffold will be removed to a fanfare of architecture design. Soon ladys and gents of the night will happily hang aboot again on woolies corner safe in the knowledge they won’t be flattened by falling masonry. Able to speak to passing punters through car windows without fear of gable end collapse.
One worker assured us the end results will blow fowks socks off. ” I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die. ” he told us before fizzing out in an electric short circuit. But his mate beside him continued and confirmed the building will be a monument to mans industry,cunning and shaping of the earths materials into a living breathing brick filled wonder of 3 lighters for a pound.
Tourists and locals are advised the scaffold is for looking at only, no climbing allowed.